FineDrescher talks surviving uterine cancer: "I am a cancer survivor — 15 years well. I had uterine cancer. [It] took me 2 years and 8 doctors to get a proper diagnosis. And by the grace of God, I was still in Stage 1. So I really feel like I got famous, I got cancer and I lived to talk about it..."
- Also, how after writing a book and listening to the stories of other survivors, she decided to not end up there, but to make a prevention and detection movement: " ...We can begin to form a group of like-minded thinkers who wanted to, not only insure that every person gets diagnosed in Stage 1 when it’s most curable— catch it on arrival 95% survival, but also to transform from being a patient into a medical consumer, to know what the early morning whispers are of the cancers that may affect you, to know what tests are available— because they may not even be on the menu at the doctor’s office.”
- Finally, she gives us a little hope for a Nanny reunion: "You know, for years I said ‘no’, now I don’t know. Who knows? Maybe. Could be. I like moving forward. And it’s such a classic. And it’s still on the air. But you know, I love the people that were in it. I loved the series...”
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